A little distance away, was a matching sofa.
Aug 2013. With Pasir Ris Park beach and Pasir Ris housing estate on the horizon. Pasir Ris beach also has a big build up of litter.
Aug 2013, I saw a refrigerator, several TV sets and an entire abandoned fish farm platform. These were no longer there. But the shore is still badly trashed.
Erosion also seems to be severe on this shore.
Pasir Ris Park.
$1.4m a year to clean up! Surely, it makes more sense to stop the trash from entering our waters in the first place? Once again, I would like to highlight that the authorities should work together to provide all fish farmers a practical and reasonable way to accommodate their trash needs. Today, every business and household on the mainland and every ship parked in port is provided with daily door-to-door trash collection. But all coastal fish farms licenced by AVA are NOT provided with a similar service.
Fish farm trash on our shores
- Impact of fish farm on Pulau Semakau?
- Fish farm trash on northern Ubin
- Trashy Pasir Park and fish farms
- Fish farms and trash at Pulau Ubin